Namibia By: Raven Nichols, Jade Chavez, and Arlyn Nicolas
One important person from Namibia is Asser Kuveri who was a labor activist and the chairman of the national council
Some important places are • Wind hoek • Luderitz • Sossuslei • Mamib desert and • Skeleton coast park
Its been harder for the animals to survive because of the land taken up by the people • A few available job opportunities in my country are fish or meat processing or live stock
Culture They eat fish, veggies, and fruit Most of them are Christians A tradition is gabkozi (a ceremony) They mostly speak English And they also do braais which is permanent worship
government • Namibia's independence was demonstrated with free elections in the year 1989. For the first time, the black majority had the right to vote. SWAPO came off at these elections as the strongest political power in the country. The Constitutional Assembly elected Sam Nujoma in unison as State President. In the second free elections in 1994, SWAPO reached a two-third majority and President Sam Nujoma was confirmed into office and after a change in the constitution, he was elected State President for the third time in 1999. In 2005, Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba succeeded him in the office.